SERVICES AND PROGRAMS
Enhancing the Quality of Life of Older Adults by providing access to a continuum of services, programs, and resources that promote healthy living and independence.
Answers to your questions about services for older adults, with assistance in finding the appropriate agency or resources.
Weekday meals delivered to homebound older adults, ages 60 and over, who are unable to prepare their own meals
Older adults ages 55 and over are
Services to identify, address, and prevent falls in older adults.
Transportation to medical appointments for Older adults ages 60 and over who do not receive Medicaid.
Unbiased education and assistance regarding benefits
We just wanted to write and thank you for all your help with my husband’s medical bills from VA, Champ VA and Medicare Part D. Through you help, we discovered that Champ VA fully takes the place of the supplemental policies and Part D; therefore, we have minimal deductibles to satisfy and medicines are at no charge. What a relief and a bargain! Your expertise empowered us to make the best decision financially, and I know that other veterans and their spouses will be served as well. Thank y…
What a great experience we had with your organization and Mrs. Curran. She guided my husband and I through the process of Medicare with professionalism, knowledge, and patience. We felt that we were her only clients; she was always available, considerate and genuinely cared about our case. I will share my experience with all my friends so that they can have a great transition like we did. Thank you.
I would like to thank you so much for the ‘above and beyond’ efforts that you gave my friend’s mother while she was in need. You went out of your way to make a home visit to assess the needs of the family, which consists of an older adult and her only child who works full-time. You are a credit to our profession for sure! Thank you again.
Thanks and may grace and peace be yours in abundance for your wisdom and understanding and unselfish things you are doing for the seniors.
I just wanted to take the time out to say a “BIG HEARTED THANK YOU” for all you have done to help me get through this difficult time with my beautiful aunt & uncle. If you ladies had not stepped in to help, I don’t know where I would be. I also called Woody and thanked him for putting in the Safety Rails. He just put the last one in on Monday. I thanked the guy from 4 points medical for the new shower head and the bath chair, meals on wheels I think will be coming soon and I just got the paper…
Meals on Wheels is still great and I tell everyone how super ya’ll are! Thanks for everything.
Thank you so very much from the bottom of my heart, for the beautiful chair you got me and the shower transfer seat. They are both very nice. I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate all you’ve done and also for the Pitt County Council on Aging. You have really stood by me and helped me a lot and I really appreciate it, from the bottom of my heart. May God bless you and your family and may you continue to do the work that you do. And thank you again from the bottom of my heart.
It’s been six months since Dad passed away. Not a month goes by where I haven’t thought about the many wonderful things you did to help ease our burdens. I have never met anyone as genuinely dedicated to the lives and well-being of others as you. I cannot thank you enough for your compassion and amazing resourcefulness.
Your help with my sister was greatly appreciated. The social worker has been very helpful and we have you to thank for all of your help and resources.
Your professionalism jumps the bar…although we have missed each other’s call, your determination to make contact speaks volumes regarding your level of professionalism. I understand that the wait list for the meals on wheels, and it’s a difficult time but, with the help from servants as yourself assisting families like ours, it makes the journey just a little bit easier.